Re: A connection-based Internet?

Hiroshi Esaki <> Wed, 25 December 1996 06:08 UTC

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Date: Wed, 25 Dec 1996 11:07:48 +0900 (JST)
In-Reply-To: <> (message from Greg Minshall on Thu, 19 Dec 1996 09:58:29 -0800)
Subject: Re: A connection-based Internet?
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  greg> Thus, basing things on what we currently know is by no means 
  greg> a stupid thing to do.  
  greg> On the other hand, trying something new, and getting 
  greg> experience with it, is also a very good idea; it's 
  greg> just that you shouldn't expect people to "salute" 
  greg> because of a closed form proof -- working code is much more 
  greg> persuasive!

running and working code gives us the important feedback to 
the next code to fix the problem of old code. 
We believe that the experiences through the actually operating 
system is very important and is also the greate feedback to the 

Hiroshi Esaki (Toshiba Corp.)